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When AMC won in Trans Am (and the Javelin)
1965 Plymouth Daytona? It might have happened!
Graham Brothers: the original “Dodge trucks” (and some very, very nice supercharged cars!)
Dodge Nitro: the ill-fated Liberty-based SUV
1971 Dodge trucks and vans
Chrysler 1925: The first (or second or 31st) year
Washer bags: before bottles
Chrysler Sunbeam: an Avenger variant that won the rallying championship
Plymouth police cars of 1976: Downsized but strong
What did buyers think of the 1971-73 Mopar cars?
Plymouth Cricket/Hillman Avenger (and the Dodge Polara, 1500, and 1800 and VW 1500) around the world
1971 Dodge, Plymouth, and Chrysler cars
What’s under the hood? When it all changed
Plymouth TC3/Dodge O24: Lee’s “second Mustang”
It almost happened: the Eagle minivan and the new Chrysler LeBaron
Dodge ZD: the Jeep-Based SUV That Never Was
Jeep J90 and JJ: Compact third-world-targeted Jeeps
New Dodge Dart (2013-16): bugs, oversharing killed a contender
Where to get parts for your Mopar
2.4 VVT actuator swap
Tracking down electric leaks / battery draw
Car Spotter: 1957 Plymouth Belvedere Convertible
Car Spotter: 1914 Dodge Bros. Touring Car
Car Spotter: 1971 Plymouth Fury Pursuit Car
Car Spotter: Plum Crazy 1971 Dodge Challenger
Car spotter: Dodge 200
Van Spotter: Daily-driver Dodge B-van
Why so many? Every Chrysler V6!
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